Spring Garden


Jack Frost has upped and gone away,
To his icy summer home.
He stays there whilst the sun is warm,
It's not safe for him to roam.

Now he's left the earth warms up,
And flowers start to grow.
Peeking through the heating soil,
Growing quickly for a show.

Crocuses and Daffodills,
Green shoots poke through the ground.
And with each day as spring returns,
They burst up all around.

When sprng arrives the garden glows,
With yellows, blues and reds.
Stretching in the sunny warmth,
Whilst Jack is safe in bed!

Jack Frost has upped and gone away,
To his icy summer home.
He stays there whilst the sun is warm,
It's not safe for him to roam.

Now he's left the earth warms up,
And flowers start to grow.
Peeking through the heating soil,
Growing quickly for a show.

Crocuses and Daffodills,
Green shoots poke through the ground.
And with each day as spring returns,
They burst up all around.

When sprng arrives the garden glows,
With yellows, blues and reds.
Stretching in the sunny warmth,
Whilst Jack is safe in bed!

©2003 Gareth Lancaster

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On 20/01/2006 at 21:36 GMT Nancy Anderson from USA wrote:

"Awesome, joyful to read in the middle ofJanuary when you are wishing for the spring. Excellent details and descriptions"

On 12/09/2005 at 07:12 GMT samantha from australia wrote:

"it is true i loved this poem !"

On 03/05/2005 at 17:05 GMT Maria Carbajal from USA wrote:

"i like this poenm it is really funny aqnd i understood this poem it is so cool!"

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